San Francisco + San José + Oakland

Affordable Housing in the Time of COVID-19: The Lasting Implications

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The state of housing affordability in the Bay Area was already dire before the pandemic, but now the deficit of affordable units has never been more apparent. What implications has COVID-19 had on both community policy and housing policy across the region? As part of San Francisco Housing Week, join us to engage with housing leaders and learn what local groups are doing to plan and develop affordable housing, despite the lasting challenges caused by the pandemic.

Co-presented by Council of Community Housing Organizations.

+ Dion-Jay Brookter / Young Community Developers
+ Whitney Jones / Chinatown Community Development Center
+ Theresa Imperial / Bill Sorro Housing Program
+ Karoleen Feng / Mission Economic Development Agency
+ Eric Shaw / Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development
+ Ida Mojadad / San Francisco Examiner


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